According to legend Galahad was the purest and noblest knight in King Arthur's court
Collin Clarke the Agent of the heart:
The Heart wants what the Heart wants.
"My good blade carves the concuss of men,
My tough lance thrusts sure,
My strength is as the strength of ten,
Because my heart is pure."
Galahad is able to conquer all of his enemies because he is pure. In the next verse of this poem, Tennyson continues to glorify Galahad for remaining pure at heart, by putting these words into his mouth:
"I never felt the kiss of love,
Nor maiden's hand in mine.”
Sir Galahad pursues a single-minded and lonely course, sacrificing much in his determination to aspire to a higher ideal:
"Then move the trees, the copses nod,
Wings flutter, voices hover clear
'O just and faithful knight of God!
Ride on! the prize is near."
The Noble Sir Galahad
"Arise, all Knights it’s that time once again to come to the table."